Where Health Comes to Mind
The Mission of West Bergen Mental Healthcare is to promote psychological health and personal growth. Through comprehensive treatment and supportive services, we respond to the needs of our clients and the communities we serve.
MAY IS MENTAL HEALTH AWARENESS MONTH!
Each day during May we will be posting a mental health tip from a tips calendar that was developed by West Bergen staff and clients. Check back daily for a new tip every day!
Mental Health Month Tip # 23 – Volunteer! An hour spent volunteering or doing something for someone else can make a huge difference to your mental well-being.
For initial appointments, questions or concerns, contact our ACCESS Center at (201) 485-7172
EMERGENCY? Call 201-262-HELP (4357)
We are here for YOU!
We at West Bergen understand that quality of care, as measured by customer satisfaction, is the key to success in healthcare service delivery. Annually, we survey our clients and tabulate our results with the Mental Health Corporations of America (MHCA), who process our data comparatively to similar mental health agencies across the United States.
We are PROUD to announce that we received Best Practices in Overall Services and Outpatient Mental Health as a result of our 2016 survey. Check out our 2016 Customer Satisfaction Outcome Survey and see why we’re #1!
NEW PROGRAM! The Community Resource Program: What We Can Do For You
With this new service, we will engage with a variety of groups and community leaders to address mental health and wellness related topics. In an ever changing world, more and more people are seeking guidance, advice and practical tools to help them better understand and approach mental health and wellness related issues impacting their community. Read our brochure! Community Resource Program.
Watch an inspirational video of families who sought help in our programs: West Bergen Children and Teen Programs Video
Project Child Find – download the flyer to learn more about if you are concerned your child is developing or learning differently. Project Child Find
Worried that you or a loved one may have a mental health issue? Click here to review warning signs and symptoms. Warning Signs and Symptoms of Mental Illness
The SOAR Experience
is a Therapeutic Social Skills program conducted in an environment rich in social skills for your child who experiences the social communication and social skills challenges seen in Level 1 Autism Spectrum Disorder (formerly referred to as Asperger’s Syndrome, HFA and Nonverbal Learning Disabilities) or Social (Pragmatic) Communication Disorder.
2017 Information and Applications Available now!
SOAR Experience and CIT Information Session Dates 2017
SOAR Experience Information Flyer
CIT Program Information Flyer 2017
School Professional Information 2017
SOAR Experience Application 2017
CIT Program Application 2017
Help & Hope: Support and Education for Families Coping with Drug/Alcohol Use
Are you concerned about your child or other loved one’s drinking or drug use?
Do you have concerns about the increase in drug use in our communities?
Would you like to talk in a safe judgment-free place where you can begin to take care of yourself, help your loved one and talk to others who understand what you are going through?
Please join us for a monthly support and education group to talk about these issues and more. Led by a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and a Licensed Clinical Alcohol and Drug Counselor. Group to be held on the 3rd Monday of each month from 7pm to 8pm. Full details here… Help and Hope Support Group